Squid3 0.3.5 package


  • Banned

    Just a heads up since PR 1080 has been merged.

    Suggested upgrade procedure:

    0/ Uninstall your current Squid version. - this is really important, otherwise the fixes regarding package install process itself will have no effect.
    1/ Install the updated package.
    2/ Test and post your feedback regardarding the new version here.

    Fixes/changes can be reviewed by clicking at the pull request link above. Too many to list here.



  • Hello to All,
    I just installed this version and for now I could see that:

    • in Antivirus tab, the Advanced features buttons don't show advanced option
    • ClamAV is always 0.98.6 version (Recommended version: 0.98.7)

    My pfSense version is 2.2.4-RELEASE (i386)

    Thanks to All.
    Best regards


  • Banned

    @BitPoint:

    • ClamAV is always 0.98.6 version (Recommended version: 0.98.7)

    Complete non-issue (and something that's not "fixable" without recompiling the whole thing (not going to happen).

    @BitPoint:

    • in Antivirus tab, the Advanced features buttons don't show advanced option

    Yeah. That's bug in pfSense's pkg_edit.php. I'll move it back out of the "advanced" fields. (You can fix it by removing the <advancedfield>tags from /usr/local/pkg/squid_antivirus.xml; or fetch it here:

    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/doktornotor/pfsense-packages/7e2a8e7fbc189b5e580beb45a98e1fad200bf5b4/config/squid3/34/squid_antivirus.xml</advancedfield>



  • Many thanks!!!
    I made the change and all working properly.
    Yet one note:
    after upgrading, I noticed that the hard disk usage increased rapidly. So I had to stop the service and run the following commands:

    rm -r /var/squid/cache/*

    squid -z

    and reboot the system. Now it seems to work fine.

    Many many thanks.
    Best regards.


  • Banned

    @BitPoint:

    after upgrading, I noticed that the hard disk usage increased rapidly. So I had to stop the service and run the following commands:

    rm -r /var/squid/cache/*

    squid -z

    Uhm… not exactly sure what you mean there?  ???

    The size used by cache is configurable on the "Local Cache" tab under "Hard Disk Cache Size". Sure it's possible to stick a button to wipe cache there and I'll probably do that, however that's not any long-term solution for improper settings...



  • I'm trying out the edited version 0.3.5.1, but cannot seem to get I-CAP service to start.

    I edited out the <advancedfield>tags, and entered a custom error page as needed in squidclamav.conf.
    Saved every page again. No errors (especially on the AV page).

    But I-Cap just mentions :
    root: /usr/local/etc/rc.d/c-icap: WARNING: failed to start c_icap

    tried a reboot or 2 also.
    2.2.4 - x64</advancedfield>


  • Banned

    I installed this on a VM. It took about 2 hours to download AV defs from the default mirror (check ps auxw for freshclam running). Until it's there, it just won't start. Obviously, this needs a configurable set of mirrors, because the default one seems completely unusable.



  • ps auxw shows no freshclam.
    Running it manually gives me (unless I interpret this wrong, up to date):

    $ freshclam
    ClamAV update process started at Tue Sep 29 20:27:45 2015
    WARNING: Your ClamAV installation is OUTDATED!
    WARNING: Local version: 0.98.6 Recommended version: 0.98.7
    DON'T PANIC! Read http://www.clamav.net/support/faq
    main.cvd is up to date (version: 55, sigs: 2424225, f-level: 60, builder: neo)
    daily.cvd is up to date (version: 20948, sigs: 1595197, f-level: 63, builder: shurley)
    bytecode.cvd is up to date (version: 268, sigs: 47, f-level: 63, builder: anvilleg)

    But if it took 2 hours initially, i'll just give this some time to cook in the background. :)
    Thanks for the feedback.


  • Banned

    Sorry, but the c-icap thing is not exactly a priority ATM. Moved absolutely nowhere with tracing the broken chown. The log is completely useless.

    
    php-fpm[39239]: /pkg_edit.php: Squid attempted to chown an invalid directory:
    
    

    So… if I run chown() on something's that unset/empty/god knows what, it will chown everything from / ? Would sound kinda a like a huge issue with chown() in PHP.


  • Banned

    This stupidity plus bunch of other issues is fixed are https://github.com/pfsense/pfsense-packages/pull/1083  ::)



  • Squid Parent: (squid-1) process 27590 will not be restarted due to repeated, frequent failures


  • Banned

    O@TechnicaL:

    Squid Parent: (squid-1) process 27590 will not be restarted due to repeated, frequent failures

    You need to post some steps to reproduce your problem, sorry.


  • Banned

    Closing this. New thread for 0.3.6 created.


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